We started this week by going to the airport to see the missionaries as they are returning home.
I got these pictures from the mission blog, thanks Sister Marler!
Elder Limaico, Elder Morales, Sistre Obando, Hermana Vasquez, Hermana Tonga, Hermana Furness, Hermana Brogen, (in back) Sister Vaughan, Elder, Elder Rios, Elder Morgan, Elder Cuno, Elder Raremba, Elder Smith, Sister Coleman, Sister South, Sister Nuñez and Sister Mazzei.
President and Sister Marler
Sister Coleman and Sister South. They played one last duet at the mission home. Their violin music is beautiful and always warms my heart.
The group at the airport.
The Sister Sisters
One last good bye!
We haven't had anything exciting going on here at the temple.
Most afternoons, we eat lunch at the Comedor, which is kind of a cafeteria downstairs from our apartment. I took this picture of our lunch on Wednesday.
Pasta Salad, Chicken Breast, Rice, some kind of Lentils. The camera was closest to the salad so it looks bigger than it really was. An interesting fruit. Maybe we'll do a later post about that.
This morning, Saturday, when I looked outside, it looked a little hazy. Maybe it will RAIN! I took these pictures but they don't look very hazy.
It's Saturday today, so it will be busy at the temple. There are 4 pages of people coming for endowments, baptisms, and sealings. We are so blessed to be here serving the wonderful members of Peru!
Today is Danny and Shanna's baby girl's due date. She will be our 20th grandchild. I am anxious for her to be born. We'll be happy to receive the news once she's here but so sad we won't be there.
Written by Jan